The Last Cowboy

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The Last Cowboy

Lindsay McKenna has done it again in The Last Cowboy. It features two people who are opposites from each other yet their passion sizzles. Slade McPherson is a horse person. His whole life has always been on the ranch even though his family wants him out of it. Nobody understands him but something about city girl Jordana Lawton has him rethinking his feelings about her. He knows a woman like Jordana will never want to stay on a ranch, especially with a man like him. He’s strong and rude half the time, but that is because his main goal is to keep the ranch running. Can he convince a woman like Jordana that his life will always been on the ranch, but his heart belongs to only her?

I love Lindsay McKenna for she has a way with words that grabs your attention right of the beginning. Slade and Jordana are so opposite from each other, yet you can tell there is some hot sexual tension between them. Lindsay McKenna did a great job in showing us even a strong man like Slade can succumb to the sweetness from a good woman. I loved the whole storyline and the background comes to life with Lindsay McKenna’s words. It’s easy to see why she is a bestselling author for she has great talent and imagination. Loved it.


Book Blurb for The Last Cowboy

The iconic Cowboy:

Pure alpha male, fiercely protective of all he holds dear.

The last of a dyring breed.

Otherwise known as a pain in the rear.

City girl. It was written all over her like a sign warning him to keep off. Sure, Slade McPherson would train her horse… With his ranch one bad day away from foreclosure, he can’t afford to turn away a paying customer. But no way is this cowboy getting involved with a woman like Jordana Lawton—no matter how pretty she looks in a saddle.

Yet everything can change in an instant. A terrifying run-in with an angry bull tilts Slade’s world off its axis, leaving him wounded and unable to compete in a race that could change his future, for good. With Jordana by his side, he just might stand a chance. But what happens when this old-school cowboy finds himself falling for a modern city girl?


Night Owl Reviews Apr, 2012 4.00